A new Vermont Pollinator Working Group will protect bees and other pollinators by targeting harmful pesticide use, while helping Vermont farmers to get to know the pollinators buzzing around their crops.
They came, for the most part, from points far away from the farmland and hills of the Green Mountain State. They came from other shores, and from cities and towns across the American South. They were the first few African American students to study medicine at the University of Vermont, and their stories have remained largely untold.
This year, Catamounts past and present are heating up the winter season with impressive showings on the international stage.
- UVM Researchers Unpack the Complexity of Snow in Vermont
- “Robert and Rosetta” Sculpture Honors History Hidden in Plain Sight
- Parting Gift: Sen. Leahy helps secure millions in federal funding to support UVM
- Hannaford January 2023 Partnership Raises Funds for Rally Cat's Cupboard
- Meredith Niles to Lead Gund Institute as Acting Director
- Students Pack the Davis Center for Late Night Breakfast
- Making a Better University: A New Guide to Relevance and Impact
- UVM’s Gund Institute for Environment Bolstered by Support from Donors and Founding Family
- New UVM Institute Will Help Vermont’s Rural Communities Thrive
- Learning from the Past, Fighting for the Future: A History of Reproductive Rights
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